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of commerce in los angeles tomorrow it while romney is polling far behind the president, among hispanics that does not mean the republican nominee is without support. here's karen brown. >> reporter: carlos galvan has seen his customers buying habits change. >> if they came in twice a week for groceries, now they are coming in once a week. there are days where sales are pretty flat. >> reporter: galvan's family immigrated from mexico in 1961 and opened amapola deli outside of los angeles. it's now a chain of three supermarkets. >> it's been, you know, the american success story. >> reporter: it's also an american recession story. >> we've cut back on hiring. we try to make people do a little bit more. the word is uncertainty. >> reporter: what's on our mind or what's on my mind is the latino, is chraktly the same as on everybody else's mind. creating jobs and the economy. >> reporter: nina vaca started pinnacle a dallas-based company in her living room and now employ --,000 people and chairs the u.s. hispanic chamber of commerce which will hear mitt romney speak tomorrow. >> it's the gov
. jan crawford is on the trail in los angeles tonight. jan, good evening. i'm wondering what you're hearing from the inside. how worried is the campaign about the last week? >> reporter: well, jim, campaign advisers concede to me when i'm talking to them this was a terrible week because it really got romney off his economic message, his focus on jobs. they remain confident. they think this is a tight race. they've got a strategy and they're going to close it in the coming weeks. but what we did see this week is a lot of conservative pundits sticking it to romney for some of their strategies and tactics and we're seeing it trickle out to his supporters, his base. we were at a rally in las vegas yesterday where romney gave a bilge teach spooep and i talked to some of the supporters afterwards and they were saying, "we want to see some fire. he has to really bring it." when romney was greeting them on the rope line, you could almost hear them imploarg him to get tougher. just take a listen to this. >> mitt, get tough! get tough! they're ruthless. they are ruthless. get tough! >> rep
returns. he didn't do that. they said no. they didn't do it. carl cameron is live in los angeles where the governor is campaigning. what do we know of the 201 taxes? >>carl: well, we will see the actual documents. it will be hundreds or thousands of pages stick. adjusted gross income $13.6 million for 2011. the tax rate was $1.9 million, which is 14.1 percent. charitable donations, $4 million, which is 30 percent of adjusted growth income but only claimed $2.25 million as charity. they could have taken a bigger one and decided not to. the 1990 to 2009 average tax rate to the romneys was 20.2 percent. he said he had never paid less than 13.5 percent this year he was asked by a reporter if he could guarantee he never paid less than that, he said he could. the reason he did not choose to take the full $4 million charitable deduction and only took half, in doing so he was able to make sure that his tax rates stayed over 14 percent. if he took the full $4 million charitable donation deduction it could have been as low as 12 percent or, perhaps, even 9 percent. he did not do that to keep the
home of the california science center in los angeles. trace? >>trace: we are watching this with you. it is very cool. it looks like the shuttle is still pretty high. what was supposed to happen, the shuttle on the 747 was supposed to land at edwards air force base at either 12:30 west coast time or 12:40. they were seeing how much fuel they had on board the 747. many times they have done this they want to make sure the fuel is precise because they do not want to land if it is too heavy. to they had enough fuel they would do an extra ten minute fly by in places in southern california like the desert area. the reason the places are important is because a lot of the parts for the shuttle were built in places like these areas in the desert. and the town next to edwards air force base, a lot of the support personnel who have helped "endeavour" were based there over their 20-year career. that was the off landing space when they could not land at kennedy space center, and people here had a hand in taking care of the landing and mounting it up again on the 747 and flying it back to florida.
from his home near los angeles early this morning to be questioned by federal probation officers. as lee cowan reports, the man was neither arrested nor detained. >> reporter: it was after most of the media surrounding his home had left just after midnight when nakoula basseley nakoula made his break for a waiting squad car. >> anything to say about what's going on in the middle east? >> reporter: covered head to toe in heavy clothing, a towel around his face, authorities say he was headed to a meeting with federal probation officers, voluntarily. the disguise, they say, was his choice. >> nobody's arrested. nobody's detained. nobody's in custody. >> reporter: naciewla had been under the microscope ever since his name surfaced in connection with that youtube clip of the anti-islamic film. his attorney says the international media attention on his family is near the breaking point. >> you're keeping his young children prisoners in their own home because they're afraid to gh out so if you would disburse and let them do what nay of they need to do we would appreciate it. >> reporter
to be released. >>> a sign of the times in los angeles these past couple of days. a sports arena transformed into the world's biggest doctor's office. thousands showed up to receive free health care services, a lot of them actually have jobs, but they either have no insurance, or even with it their medical care is too expensive. more on the story. >> reporter: ken williams had not seen the dentist in four years. >> just get the wrist band -- >> reporter: today, he waited with thousands of others at the largest health care clinic in the country to get the root canal he could never afford. >> it needs to be done, it is almost close to 2 or $4,000. >> reporter: the volunteers at this free temporary health clinic in los angeles, say many here have a job but not insurance. >> they're unemployed, people who are employed, people who are working two jobs. every ethnic group in america, a cross section of people in america. >> reporter: but this person has diabetes, no health care. >> i am employed full-time but can't afford to pay my medical insurance. >> reporter: in four days, this medical clinic
and wisconsin challenger mitt romney courts latino voters in los angeles and speak truth the hispanic chamber of commerce and interview with telemundo he is expected to hold fund-raising events in utah texas and florida to be seen by some as worse a message in a tight presidential race african american clergy see no good candidate in the race for president won two is a mormon and the other back same-sex marriage. anne mackovic with more. >>> sunday at mount zion church in berkeley for some of that means time to talk politics >>> i don't make recommendations mai on a push to make sure the vote >>> and double a c p is sensing apathy >>> obama won over 95 percent of black voters expected to get an overwhelming majority again but cannot afford to lose much of the base. the president came out in support of same sex marriage. a touchy issue >>> yes it is his >>> mitt romney is mormon a religion that once barred men of african descent from priesthood. >>> for a politician i don't think their religious background or denomination i believe what they can do for the people and at that change in our nati
't down on 10, it is in downtown los angeles. bank robbery suspects. four suspects accused of robbing a bank near the magic mountain area. two of those suspects along the way have now jumped out of the car. this thinking down about three different freeways now it is on certain streets in downtown. speeds have been cropped upwards of 110 miles per hour in a black bulbul. down the 110, hitting about 70 miles per hour. the traffic downtown, he hit congestion, decided to get off, and now, as you can see, at one point there were a dozen patrol cars chasing this guy. they want this guy badly because this is an armed bank robbery, and there is believe that this guy would be on the inside. with at least one suspect with him. clearly they are paying very close attention to him. you see a couple of times that the cops had an opportunity to do a pit maneuver that we have seen so many times. in this case, not knowing if weapons might be there, they are airing on the side of caution. we know that there are three or four different television help helicopters that are following this and it appears t
to contact, was linked to the same los angeles address. now a lot of questions. >> so many questions. >> a lot of the actors say they were duped. >> out and out duped. >> the main character in this film was george. wuptzn't muhammad. >> they thought it was about ancient times. this is what they say. also some of the dialogue actually dubbed in. so like they read certain lines then in post production, lines were dubbeden that were much more controversial. >> muhammad portrayed as a fraud, pedophile, womanizer and homosexual. and, bazil, according to a gentleman that helped, he was not israeli or youer but suggested an arab christian a refugee from the middle east. and calling islam a cancer. so this, this, bazil or whatever his name is, using a pseudonym has gone into hiding. make sure you stay with abc news for the latest as events in libya unfold. we will have updates throughout the morning on "america this morning" and later on "good morning america," of course throughout the day on abc as well as abcnews.com. >>> let's go to a consumer alert about skin cream advertising. the feder
, not live but watching "endeavour" and beginning to see it head toward los angeles and toward edwards air force base we'll bring you live pictures. chad myers will join me understand again. we want to get to politics. >>> politics, politics, politics here. short time ago, florida's the big story today. short time ago, president obama arrived in florida, miami. here he is. miami to be precise. mitt romney got there yesterday. he is still in florida today. and you've heard us say it before. when you look at the map of the 50 states florida with the 29 electoral votes is crucial to romney's hopes for election. look at the numbers here. florida, 29 electoral votes. today, the poll shows the president leading romney in florida by 5 percentage points. this is a fox news poll. this same poll shows a seven-point obama lead in virginia. that is as you know another huge electoral state that's being considered a toss-up this year and may be right now looks like tipping toward the president. also this, perhaps is the biggest news of all. president obama with the seven-point lead in ohio. cnn's peter
of los angeles. neighborhood yesterday as some bank robbers on the run started throwing cash out of the when dough of their suv. one woman called it a neighborhood stimulus package. she watched people scooping up the bills. look at that. it all came to an end. when a pickup truck blocked the suspect's car. they surrendered. the third high-speed chase in los angeles this week alone the you might remember an elaborate bank heist in east l.a. last week. the suspect is now under arrest. a group of robbers kidnapped the bank manager from her home. strapped what turned out to be a fake bomb to her. then they forced her to rob money from her own bank. turns out the suspect arrested, uh-huh, it's the manager's boyfriend. he has already posted bail. and he has been released. very interesting. >> strange one indeed. >> you know what else is interesting, the weather right now. actually quite nice in some areas of the country. showers in the four corners of the southwest. thunderstorms across texas, also from oklahoma city to saint louis and chicago. showers from savannah done to miami. yet
and wisconsin mitt romney plans to court latino voters in los angeles he will speak to the u.s. hispanic chamber of commerce and interview with the spanish network telemundo. he will hold events in texas. the awards a message in a tight presidential race some african american clergy see no good candidate in the race for president won who is a mormon and the other back same-sex marriage. anne mackovic with more. >>> sunday at mount zion church in berkeley for some that means talking politics >>> i don't make recommendations might push is to make sure they vote. >>> in a acp is registering people to thousand eight obama 1 over 95 percent of black voters expected to get an overwhelming majority again but cannot afford to lose much of the base. the president cannot and support of same sex marriage, a touchy issue >>> yes it is >>> on the other hand mitt romney is mormon religion that once barred man of african descent from priesthood >>> i don't really think their religious background or denomination i believe what they can do for the people what they could do to effect change in our nation that is
thunderstorms as well, 66 degrees. dallas mostly sunny 94 degrees. los angeles, mostly sunny as well, 87 degrees. and time now for a check of the national forecast. much of the northeast will be dry, scattered showers and thunderstorms are likely in the ohio valley, though. a mix of rain and snow is possible in northern minnesota and northern wisconsin. the south will be mainly dry but scattered thunderstorms across the southeast, georgia and most of florida. and most of the west will be hot and dry. but oregon and western washington state will be cloudy with patchy fog and a bit of drizzle. >>> in 2005 just three years after nearly being contracted the montreal expos moved to washington and began play as the nationals. washington hadn't had a baseball team since the senators left town in 1960 and hasn't had a playoff since 1933. that all changed last night. first place nats took down the dodgers 4-1 to clinch the city's first post-season berth since president franklin delano roosevelt was president. next step for the nats now they will try to clinch the national league east. cincinnati reds are
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los angeles. this is neighborhood in long beach, a man that lives here says that nakoula basseley nakoula used his address to get credit cards and conduct some of the fraudulent activity that he carried out. he found out about it, called the police and hasn't seen him since. numbers associated with bacile's many identities turned up nothing. >> the number you dialed is not a work number. >> reporter: even anti-islamic activists said they were never sure who he was. >> sam is not his real name. i knew that. >> reporter: the same is true for the actors in his movie. >> he told me he was from israel today. he told me he was going to show the movie in egypt and either i assumed he was from egypt or -- >> he led you to believe he was egyptian. >> yes. because that's what i believed. >> reporter: this is the best address we have for sam bacile or nakoula basseley nakoula. you can see all of the media are camped out here. we'll try one more time to talk to him. [ knocking on door ] >> reporter: mr. bacile, mr. nakoula basseley nakoula. it's miguel marquez with cnn. this house at the cent
are the latest to move out. only two of the 23 new fall dramas are being shot in los angeles. big tv dramas mean big-time jobs. >> a typical drama, 22-episode drama will hire 840 people. >> paul keeps track of area production as president of film l.a. >> california is way behind. if they had at the beginning of the incentives race come out with a modest incentive that was broadly based, it would have shut down the whole race. >> now states like new york are battling for bragging rights as the new entertainment hub. >> we see the mayor and governor of new york claiming in this century they will be the center of film and television production. >> the loss of tv drama production alone. >> we're down so far that where we used to own 80%, we're down to about 29% this year. >> a decline that's draining the wallets of local production workers like dagg along with california coffers. the solution, dagg says it starts at the legislative level with a push for more competitive tax incentives. >> what will this place look like if things don't turn around? >> i don't think any of this -- i don't think any of
>>megyn: average retired cop in los angeles gets $58,000 a year. mr. adams wants $510,000 a year for his one-year in bell. looking forward to taking all of bell's money. >>shepard: the news begins anew, we are learning more about what the white house knew and when in libya. sources say intelligence agents knew it was a terror strike within a delay, something that says it was the work of a spontaneous mob. the president and governor romney again battling out in the same state today. this time, virginia, where the poll shows it could go either way on election day. the nfl's real referees, at long last, finally ready for some football after weeks of blown calls and furious fans they will get on the field tonight. that is all ahead unless breaking news changes everything. this is "studio b." first from fox at 3:00 in new york city, the israeli prime minister binyamin netanyahu says the hour is late, very late to stop iran from becoming a nuclear threat. >> the iranian nuclear calendar doesn't take time out for anyone or for anything. i speak about it now because when it comes to the
in los angeles on who is behind this film. >> reporter: lama, a very long fuse appears to have ignited this controversy and it's not at all clear where it leads. today we started by looking for sam bacile, who is quoted, claiming to be the writer, director of this video. he described himself as an israeli-american real estate developer to the wall street journ journal, now in hiding for fear of his life. but sam bacile is a deadend, no public records at all. apparently a fake name. >> my name is steve, s-t-e-v-e, last name is klein, k-l-e-i-n. this man claims to have consulted on the movie but there's no real proof of his involvement. >> who is sam bacile? >> good question. i don't know sam that well. >> reporter: another deadend. tonight he said he managed the production company for this film, suppose with the associated press and he's been reported to have trouble with the law known as different aliases. one final mystery, it appears that someone, not clear who, translated the english language trailer in a dialect of the arabic spoken in egypt that's what made it on the tv in cairo.
so it was an honor for her and for him as well, pam. >> yes, and it will head to los angeles and we will be watching it in the bay area because the endeavor is scheduled to fly a low fly over at the golden gate bridge so if you are out get your cameras out because that is supposed to be about 8:30 tomorrow morning and then a path to silicone valley and this is of course ending the 30 year shuttle program. live again at the air force base in houston texas and they are -- they are getting ready to take off. we will keep watching and we will show you what is happening live. >>> in overnight news back here at home, three women shot in oakland while driving down the street and it happened near mills college. live in hyland hospital with all the latest details, good morning tara. >> we understand the women were brought here, two were shot, one was actually hurt in the face, she received cuts to her face from some flying glass. northbound on seminary avenue near mills college. a bullet hole shattered the two passengers side windows. five end with inside, two were african-american three lat
the region. now we go to my colleague david wright in los angeles on who is behind this film. >> reporter: lama, a very long fuse appears to have ignited this controversy and it's not at all clear where it leads. today we started by looking for sam bacile claiming to be the writer, director of the video. he described himself as an israeli-american real estate developer. now hiding for the fear of his life. he's a deadend. apparently a fake name. >> my name is steve, s-t-e-v-e, last name klein. the only man that has come out is this man that claimed to consult on the movie. >> who is sam bacile? >> good question. i don't know sam that well. >> reporter: another deadend. we're told there was a screening on sunset boulevard but no one came to the theater. again no records of that. one final mystery, it appears that someone, not clear who, translated the english language trailer in a dialect of the arabic spoken in egypt that's what the tv stations in cairo picked up. an example how in the internet age it's possible to start trouble half a world away and remain very much in the shadow, diane.
the space coast and other nasa facilities. it will finally end up in los angeles at los angeles international airport on friday. for mom floridians a bittersweet day. they're excited to see the shuttle up in the air bolted on the back of a modified 747. but it also means the end of a program they worked on the past three decade, bill. bill: steve, something to see once it arrives at the final destination. thank you, steve harrigan live in miami. go ahead? >> reporter: might be the most challenging and interesting part once it gets on the ground there in los angeles they have essentially have to drive it through parts of los angeles. like moving a five story building at one mile per hour before it reaches its final destination in the california science center. bill: holy cow. helicopters will be in the air for that. that will be another image we'll watch. thank you, steve harrigan in miami. martha? martha: there are serious concerns for our diplomatic workers overseas as violent protests against the united states continue every day. we have brand new pictures like this, burning f
the window. >> an awesome video in los angeles. home of so much make believe this was not fiction as abc's nick watt reports it was fact. >> reporter: in that speeding black suv, four guys who just robbed a bank in santa clarita. the cops hot on their tail, a chase topping 100 miles an hour. so far, so l.a. then this bundles of cash thrown from the back seat as the car raced through town. people rushed into the streets to scoop up the money. >> see people diving into the street to get the cash. >> reporter: look at that again, they're throwing money out the window? what is this, robin hood? >> you can see all the pedestrians out here. >> reporter: word got out. crowd got thicker. cheering benevolent bandits. >> this is all evidence. >> reporter: the third high-speed chase in l.a. this week. monday a suspected drug dealer actually got away. a rare occurrence. >> he crashed. >> reporter: the suspected murderer cornered, opened up on the cops with an ak-47. >> he has got the weapon in his hand. looks look he want down. ak-47. trying to return fire. >> reporter: all those suspected bank robb
. the los angeles county sheriff's department says the man was not arrested and went in voluntarily for questioning. he has a prior conviction on bank fraud charges. authorities are looking into his role in producing the video may have violated terms of his probation. four americans died in attack on u.s. consulate in libya shortly after the video was posted, including ambassador chris stevens. >>> eight people were arrested and six officers injured in protests against the antimuslim film in sydney, australia. witnesses say up to 500 people marched in the streets before getting into a confrontation with police in front of the u.s. consulate. police used pepper spray and tear gas to break up protests. >>> two people died and at least 40 people were hurt when protesters stormed the u.s. embassy in tunisia. the embassy was not staffed at the time of the attack. >>> antiamerican protests have now spread to about 20 countries, from the middle east and north africa all the way to australia. you are looking at a map right now of where the demonstrations have taken place. the state departme
, and overnight, he spent some timealking to authorities in los angeles. cnn's miguel marquez is joining us now from los angeles. miguel, what was this meeting about? >> this was about probation. the federal authorities had previously said that his case was under review. he was convicted in 2010 of fraud and identity theft. he has supervised probation until 2015. so l.a. county detectives, sheriff's detectives came in, picked him up yesterday at the request of federal officials, and at midnight last night, he voluntarily went to talk to probation officer or officers, it sounds like. federal officials trying to figure out what the next steps are here. but given this guy's past, given his probation, given the case against him, he does have a lot to worry about. >> reporter: the spotlight on the mysterious filmmaker, growing stronger. federal officials say the court is reviewing nakoula besseley nakoula's case to see if he broke terms of his probation. nakoula faced 26 conditions for five years of supervised probation after his 2010 conviction for credit card fraud and identity theft. most glaring
a burning apartment building. happened south of los angeles. officials say one officer had second degree burns. a neighbor says he used his own ladder to try to pull the man out before crews arrived. the guy got stuck in the window. police say he's now in critical condition. >>> tennessee. the owner of a marina says a fire caused about a million dollars worth of damage to dozens of boats and part of his dock. he says the flames burned about 60 boats, some of them completely destroyed. police say faulty battery probably started the fire. that's a fox watch across america. >> shep: i'm shepard smith. this is the fox report. it's the bottom of the hour. time for the top of the news and the republican and presidential candidate, mitt romney, keeping the partisan attacks with his competitor for the president to a minimum today. both sides agreed. they say it's out of respect for the victims of 9-11. but the race for the presidency really never sleeps. today the president's top campaign strategist, david axelrod, went after governor romney, as well as one of the governor's biggest supporters.
to it first. take it away. >> eric: the greatest car chase in history today was going on in los angeles. bank robbers, did you see that? they're throwing money out the window as they drive. whole bunch of cops following. people were coming out of their homes and apartments. look. look. money -- they're throwing it out the window as they drive. getting rid of it. >> bob: do you ever wonder why most of these happen in los angeles? >> dana: there is no traffic? i don't know. >> eric: fantastic. >> dana: my point was when i watch this, you will see a huge crowd gathers. i don't know if they're watching fox news and car chase and they heard about it. they rushed out. look at those people. 11:15 in the morning at california. they're not working. >> eric: you know what another point to make is it had to be a democrat driving that car. >> dana: because it was a volvo? >> greg: president obama. >> eric: greg, i could have gone there but i chose not to. >> bob: i'm sure it's not president obama on his way to los angeles. >> greg: if there is a truck throwing out money a lot of people are over it. >> da
political correspondent carl cameron has that story from los angeles. >> emphasizing more details of the five-point economic plan in contrast to what he says is lack from the president, mitt romney promised the 33rd hispanic chamber of commerce convention in los angeles he would end what he called the obama administration hos silty toward small business. >> national unemployment is 8.1%. hispanic unemployment is over 10%. over 2 million more hispanics are living in post officeerty y than when obama took office. >> he told the business group he would reform immigration policy. unlike the president who promised he would make it a priority. >> the president never offered up a bill. like so many issues confronting our nation, when it comes to immigration, politics have been put ahead of people for far too long. >> team romney argues re-electing the president means four more years of chaos overseas and domestic decline. paul ripe helped dueling iowa cam pape events. ripe delivered entitlement reform speech to the aarp later this week. >> romney is adding new policy adds and selling de
in los angeles i'm geraldo rivera reporting on the major foreign policy blunder that may haunt the president in the final weeks of the election campaign. his administration stubborn refusal to state the obvious that the deadly attack on our people in libya last week was not a spontaneous mob reaction to an ugly antimuslim movie but rather a well planned coordinated terrorist attack. call it benghazi gate. the question of what the obama administration knew you about the true nature of the assault that killed our ambassador chris stevens and the three other brave americans and when they knew it and consider the possibility that this unfolding scandal will become a serious distraction for the president as he tries to capitalize on rival mitt romney's own week be from hell including mr. romney's comment about the 47% who don't pay any income tax and who therefore will never vote for him, the release this weekend of the governor's 2011 tax returns and the widespread feeling in the mainstream media at least that governor romney is losing this race. >> you are the c.e.o. of this campa
and fox news contributor from los angeles. nice to see you. >>reporter: my pleasure. >>shepard: your thoughts on the words of the prime minister? >>reporter: the prime minister feels he is on the same page as the rest of the world, the west, the united states. he has other issues on his mind. there is an urgency that the israelis feel that the rest of the world doesn't feel. they are at arm's length distance from the iranian regime with a nuclear agenda. the iranian regime has not been shy in the communication that they want to take israel off the map. the prime minister of israel came to the u.n. feeling this could be his last chance in convincing the world the iranian regime is the biggest global threat we have currently. that's why his speech had almost a history lesson theme to it. talking about what extremist islamist believes and they would blow themselves up. they do believe in an after life that is more important than their current life. that is what he came to do, to impart this urgency on the rest of the world. >>shepard: is it fair to say what we may have here, although we
up in los angeles. >> that is an embarrassing admonition that u.s. officials knew the criminals were smuggling guns to mexico, they could have been stopped but were not. basically they allowed the investigation to override or overshadow public safety. the parts of the inspector general's report that we have obtained places blame on three atf supervisor bill knewle and others. their lawyers say the parts of the report are inaccurate and unfair, that these agents in phoenix kept the tap brass in washington informed of the tactics and the number of weapons that they let go. newel's calls it a impartial analysis while another says it was drafted in a, quote, pseudo academic vacuum that ignores weak gun laws and inept u.s. attorney. another point of disagrees, how fast and furious began. the report suggests it was devised and carried out by these rogue agents in phoenix. those agents say it's not true. this was a top down strategy borne in washington in 2009 as part of an overall southwest border security strategy. so the full report is expected to be hundreds of pages long and we only s
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